The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1948 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 8, 1948
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1M8 BLYTT!KVrU,K (ARK.)' COURIER NK\VS Anglo-U.S. Zones Become One Unit Eight-Point Program Outlined to Build Up Economy in Germany .^ FRANKFURT, Jan. 8. (UP)—The •JAnglo-AmerlcRn military governors * of Germany proposed yesterday to *el up a cabinet, two-house legislature and high court in their economically merged occupation zone. Carefully avoiding the use of the word "government," the military governors proposed an eight-point 1 program aimed at strcngt^cni'iR Hie economy of the Anglo-American 7.OI1C'. Gen. Lucius D. Clay and Gen. Sir Brian Robertson put forth their program on the first clay of a two- day conference of ranking American, British and German oriifiaK to map the future coin-se of Wesi.- ern Germany. Clay and Robertson proposed thn following program for Western Germany, and told German officials Mint it should be put into effect at once: 1. Double (lie sum of the Joint liconomic Council, the pseudo-parliament of the Anglo-Amerk-an Zone, to 104 members. 2. Form a 16-member second legislative house which would have no powers of taxation or appropriation. 3. the present executive Committee, transforming it into a cabinet. The chairman, to be chosen by the council, would appoint his colleagues to head the various de- p.irlments of the economic council. 4. Establish a nine-man high court lo have ultimate,Jurisclicti'j'.i in all economic matters. 5. Establish a "union" bank lo be controlled by the military governors but owned by state banks. It would be empowered to issue currency, jjtniitvol credit and issue credit in- ^rvlruments. To Use Tax Funils Proud Father, Proud Son Pi'ide shows clearly in the face of Field Matshnl Viscount Montgomery, left, as he adjusts the Belt of Honor on his son, Dnvid Bernard Montgomery. The Bell is symbolic ol the youth's being the highest oflicer graduate from the Royal Armored Corps OJlicer Cadet Training Unit at Bovington Camp, in Dorset, England. Daring Captains Save Nine Lives Off Florida Coast STUART. Kill., Jan.- H. <U!'> — Ntnit o| 10 persons were rescued from n pleasure fishing boat willed sunk in heavy seas near here yesterday. The .survivors were picked up by daring rlmler boat caplnltis within a short time after their vessel. Ihe Nor'wesler. wn.s stove l n bv waves niirl sunk The lenlti. Phil I.evlne, llrooklyn' tiwkinir i-ontiiic- tor. was found several hours Imor and efforts svere made to revive him 'Hie party, all New Yorkers ivi'h Ihe exception ot C:i]>. Prank Drown of Miami, put out from Ktuint 111 sons that local fishermen fearcil to face. Capls. Uurt and Jack WhlUu-r and Earl Dare, however, decided 'o lake lhei» vessels ti> Palm Ur.n-!) in hope of calmer sens, iui<l wei-e afloat when they heard the Nor- wester's distress' cull. They mnde lor Ihe scene mill Curt Whllaeer picked up six .survivors, hl.s brother two and nare saved one, 1,0- vlnn'.s bod v was .spoiled from the air, floating fare down, several hours later and ho wns taken aboard a const guard bnnl. Four of the survivors, liirlmlhig Levlne's ivIff, were given ho.spltnl treatment hut none were In serious condition. The boat's owner, Nor- niiin Cinltlipb. said the parly nurd Ihelr lives lo tho liirec charter buat capt;iins. PAQB THREB Los Angeles Judge Says Narcotics Flow Like Cocktails in Speakeasy !X)S ANfiKI.KS. Jnn. B. <U1>) —i Ciuerin added tliut siippnsedly A veteran JudKp i-lmrito<t loday Hint 1 rcspcclnble people also were buying nurcotlcs are sold In l/w Alludes i lots of dings, lie said some of them like xponkriuy cockhith. | had complained lo him Unit the "DurliiK prohibition, n Kcnllemun ] isllc" mid pnlire were doing a j was accustomed to iwort hl.s Imly j Jnh of cnforclni! them. friend into u speakens.y for n spot, of liquor, the judge told the lawyers club ye.vlcrdny. Atlanta's Thrill Kids Ordered Held for Action of Grand Jury ATLANTA. Four "(111-111 Ga., Jan. 8 (UP>— I cars, allowing them to roll down- kids" cl'arged with 6. Permit the council to dip into ! wrecking i score of automobiles Mate-collected Income tax funds i and committing olhcr vandalism here today facerl grand jury action. Meanwhile, attorneys defending It sees fit to balance its budget. That would widen its present powers. The council also would control the levying of excise taxes and customs. 7. The council would economic , the boys announced that they \\-cre hill and crash into buildings and other automobiles, "just for the Ihrill of It." *Villinm Schley Howard, allot-in.-} defending Payne and Evans, sai:' he felt il his duty to "reveal every nt ItlL It, Mln UlllV IU I I? ready to give "names and addresses". minB collcorn | nB t! , e . sc ol other sons ot prominent, families : mischief charges " millu , )(nlf Oiicrln, long a munlclpul beneli, Judge Arthtir member of the •Hid use of clruits \vn» so wk|. spread It was nliuosl as ensy to Kft, niircolle.s as It was to gel n drink during prohibition. peiiiilty for |Hvw.slon mipht to hi reduced from a Mnny lo n'ml.sde. mi-itnor. The Jmlut' blameil llu- .sltimltnn on leniency ot the courl.s. Ho Kald the Inws on nuicolles were "renl- Koml Tli» inulu of dead people return! cording to » belief of the rmrt limy even marry mortals, BC- I * tribe of New Guinea. .„„.„, |,,alh |o 'send offenders to the ponHentl.iiy," she . Sn1rii .. Oll( , „,.,„ , u i m iit ( ,,| W .|||UK to "Today IIP lakes her to u s|w«k-1 hii!li scluiol .stmli'iils. He wns tUvon only 11 county jnll sentence, When easy for R shot of heroin she rolls up her sleeve and Rets a shot In the arm--for a dollur," He .said the use of mnrljuium clg- aretle.s was even more common. "In some sodlons ol the clly, alK>ul as many peo|>le smoke miiri- Jmina cigarettes R.S smoke ordinary " he Rut mil. he wns . mid given nnnlliiT county jull sentence." 'IVnllnt Il;iys Dvi-r IM-IIIU, Muss. IUP)- After clgnreUes." ho snld. , "1'rticllciill.v every boolblnck nnd'mmvths in n \f\\\, Mr. nnrt Mrs. hot dog slanrt Iroin first and Al- i Hurry Oakes luivo found a homo for theli tncdn streei.s lo the loivn of. Walts sens marijuana. One hundred ad- dtcls were plckcul up within t>0 dnys In the shadow of the Hall ol Jus- lice." six children. They pur- ehasVd a woodehopper's cabin niul planned to hnlld an addition to house their finnLly durluk' the wln- ter, akc over all in an effort lo "clear up these nc-| functions now delegated | farious activities." snld lle to the state or zonal levels of gol'- ernmcnt. The most important of them would be the problem of food collection. rrat1 5' 8. The' economic council wou'.d A recorder's courtroom crowd of -. .^~...... ., ..~.,...,,.,... ^..v,,^, „. U p - a nuln ij er O j nearly 500 yesterday heard the four j mlmbcr of a ,. son information that would help clour number ot burglaries and a cases." expand by setting up branch officer where and when it pleased. Robertson told the Germans gathered around a huge oval table in the flag-draped com-emion room thai the proposals were r.imed at building an economic "shed" for the Germans to occupy "while building their house." "Our object remains a united Germany, goverened by a German government capable of governing properly," he said. "We do not recognize a division of Germany. We must not write off lhat part of Germany which cannot now be hill chirleci in our proposals." Clay and RoberUon put forth their proposals with an assurance, that they were no more than proposals, "and do not represent a ukase." Germans lo Comment The suggestions were handed to the Germans who were asked to consider them and come up wi'.h comment and proposals ot their own. The military governors, flanked by scores ol advisers and specialists, only skirted the issue of reorganizing their own two-zone offices into a "little SHAEF"—a comparison !o Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's wartime "Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force." That subject was scheduled to be thrashed out today. Clay's report ol no disagreement prompted belief that his own ideas lor sirenntiieniiK; the joint setup of the Anglo-American zones — a larger economic council, two-zone court system, possible broadening of lax powers, and other measures designed to strengthen the council nt the expense of state covern- mrnts—were accepted by Robevtsou. Clay said the proposed SHAF.F- likc headquarters which would sun- crvis? the Joint Economic Council -would not affect cither his or Hob- W.'rtson's position. No single overall commander would be appointed, he added. The system of co-directors for each department and division was expected to be abolished in favor of a single head for each unit. Good News For Folks Who Suffer From ACH 8M FOODTAJTE INDI6ESTIOK t>o TOU r«il blotted and mlnenWe »fl«r •very meal. t*Ate sour, bitter food? If «p here In hour you may grt blCMcd «- iiel from this nprvo\is dt.^tre«s Tl£ % i er?t !"? e food entf " th « slomach > x.iL B lrlc Jtllce ">"*<• now normally to ! p 'Wtoln food particles; rise th ' -~ teen-agers bound over to Fulton j Howard told the court that par- whlch expects | ,,„.., O f the y ollt , 1S| ineu,,,,,^ ., Baptist minister and tlie president " '° tlle '<>- Atlanta League of Women . eague o omen ' wllase ne " ra " 8e i Voters, are trying to pay off the ' All ,„' "/ "• ! »>Jit'.-,, <u u LI.VIIII; id pav ( from 16 to 19 nre sons ol pronn-j damage clone by their sons ncnt Atlanta families. \ Dannv Payne, 19, ringleader of ! f» ., . tl the band which left n wave of des- | ^OrutherSYllle to Hear •action in the fashionable North- j Alaska Resident Lecture side .section here last weekend, was' released under a $2,000 bond, phis S200 on two other charges of larceny. Otlior relcfised under bonds of SI,000 on each of two counts of vandalism were Harold Ferst, 17; Ed Evans. 17; and Leonard Haas. 16. A fifth vouth involved in the vandalism, Ulysses Seal, Jr., 18, was not brought, to court. The youths were ordered to up- CARUTHERSV1LLE. Mo., Jan. 8— —Captain AM Hook, who ha.s lived for the p;i,st 34 >oars in Alaska. wi!l appear at the Caruthcrsville High School Tuesday, it wa.s announced today by the high .school /acuity. His lccu:re will be augmented by colored motion pictures, and van- Minister Speaks On "Fear" at Civic Club Luncheon Tim liev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor of the Fiist Methodist church here, addressed members of the Kiwanis Club on ••!•>»r" nt their w-eekly meeting yesterday noon (n the Hotel Noble. "1-Var paralyws us uiul kccp.s us from doing something worthwhile because we are afraid ot failure in doing «>." the Rev. Mr. Stewart told the Klwanians. "Fear drives us <o iloluu thiilRS we might not ordinarily do or want to do," he. said. "God gave us Ihe spirit of power, love and sound mind but not he spirit of fear." he concluded. Guests at the meeting were S. II. Beck of Jonesboro, T. w. I.ewcllcn of Indiana and colonial! Stevens mil J. Woods Wright, both of Blythcville. "Oldat 40,50,60?" — Man, You're Crazy • inn n: 11 n" «, 11, i",\ tr v"i',"", I'i'i'.'i ',",1" „',"., IS. S mi",,,;„•'„'",,S i'i, t ," 1 .',!"'I'.if '"iV' '•"'" At all drug stores everywhere — In Blythevillp. at Kirby Drug. , ous Ala.skan items on display. During the war. he served with Ihc Coast Guard in Alaska and par- pear in ncarhy Dckalb County court ticvpatccl in many air-sea rescue tomorrow for further booking on ! trips in the Arctic region. Capr. vandalism charges, since some of : Hook claims to be the only man in "•- alleged vandalism occurred in; the world who qualifies both as a deep sea diver and a parachutist. I the that county. 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